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a description of products you can bring home after a tour in Mountain Province

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  • 2. SAGADA COFFEE (GROUND ARABICA COFFEE) Pidlisan coffee is known to be the best in Mountain Province. Every homestead in the community grows ARABICA COFFEE with the typica strain. The coffee is carefully roasted with wood embers and then pound in stone mortars into granules. Since then, drinking brewed coffee on cold mornings of Mountain Province is an experience that shouldn’t be missed. PASALUBONG SA BAYAN SAGADA Mountain Province ng
  • 3. lolokisen (maligcong sweet orange) MALIGCONG , an upland village of Bontoc, is not just famous for its scenic rice terraces. It is also a showcase of an integrated farm of citrus. They grow multiple variety of sweet oranges. Tourists can visit the orchards and when the oranges are ripe, it would be exciting to pick and eat fresh oranges for free, however you pay for the oranges that you bring home. PASALUBONG SA BAYAN BONTOC Mountain Province ng
  • 4. linapet (besao rice cake) In Gueday, Besao, Mountain Province, the agricultural calendar of each year commence when a ray of the sun at sunrise transcends from a rock on top of a mountain and directly strikes at the tip of a pyramidal stone by the village ato. When this happens, the chieftain sits by the stone and declare “KASILAPET”. This marks the start of the new season which is celebrated to thank the bounty of the preceding season and to pray for another productive year. During this occasion, the village people feast on their traditional rice cake called “LINAPET”. Ingredients: locally grown sticky rice, ground peanut and salt PASALUBONG SA BAYAN BESAO Mountain Province ng
  • 5. PATOPAT (BONTOC rice cake) This indigenous rice cake wrapped in coned banana leaves is served with brewed coffee by the Bontoc people during community gatherings, reunions and thanksgiving. Ingredients: locally grown sticky rice, coconut milk, and raw sugar PASALUBONG SA BAYAN BONTOC Mountain Province ng